Tuesday, December 26, 2006

Snap shots - Dec 06

Christmas @ 1U

Big tall trees. If I could have one of this at home.

Colourful and shining baubles. I can be vaguely be seen on it.

Mickey & Minnie Mouse and Donald Duck were around too, spreading joy to kids.

Candidates for Santa's reindeers
(Delphinus was the red horn supplier)

Random pix

Orangy Bronzy sky after a shower during dusk

Two of my closest friends - Delphinus and Shardy (now prefer to be called as The Dark Lord?!?!)

Snap shots - Nov 06

Lil' sis' big day :)

The fruit cake baked and decorated by mom. Very yummy so rich with rum and dried fruits. Peek closely on the photo frame to see photo of my sister and her hubby.

The wedding car. Decorated by the groom himself. Simple and nice.

My nephew, Dylan at 8 mths old

He is affectionally known as 'Chubby'. If you see his thighs, you just wanna squeeze him. Very geram...

LP8 gathering at Chin Nan's wedding

Well done Chin Nan. This is the biggest turn up of LP8 members, well, unfortunately, not everyone that came is in the pix. Nicest food of all the wedding dinners I have attended!

Blue Melaka sky

Clear blue sky of a late morning in Melaka. Check out the high antenna - many many years ago, we need that to watch Singapore's TV channels.

Logan & Megan's 1st birthday

It's Logan & Megan's birthday, but I think the adults had more fun. Really nice Thai home cooked dishes!

This is Megan! So cute

Logan. You can melt at the way he look into you. BTW, Megan & Logan are twins.

The double twins at the birthday party. Megan & Logan. Octave & Cyprine.

A pix which I like

There! Hope you enjoy these pix. Next post will be snap shots for Dec 06.

Sunday, December 24, 2006

Merry Christmas, everyone!

Good tidings and wonderful holidays to all of you this season. May love, happiness and prosperity showers you everyday!


This Christmas, take a little time to pray for all the flood victims all around Malaysia. Down South in Melaka and Johor, as well those in east coast, there are many families who do not have this luxury — stranded and isolated, involuntarily cut off from aid centres, their food and medical supplies are running low, and for some of the more unfortunate, non-existent.

If you are able, kindly donate basic needs such as below and money to the victims. A little will go a long long way.


You can send your donated goods and money to the following collection centres:

- Puteri Umno headquarters at Putra World Trade Centre
- Kontena Nasional premises in Seri Setia, Petaling Jaya (full address: Batu 9, Jalan Klang Lama, P.O.B. 6503 Seri Setia, 47307 Petaling Jaya, Selangor Darul Ehsan)
- Multipurpose hall at Parliament House

The New Straits Times Press (M) Bhd has set up a fund to help flood victims in the southern peninsula.

Donations via cheque, bank draft or postal order made out to ‘NSTP Flood Victims Assistance Fund’ (Tabung Bantuan Mangsa Banjir NSTP) can be sent to: The New Straits Times Press (M) Bhd, c/o Finance Department, 5th Floor, Balai Berita, 31, Jalan Riong, 59100 Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur (Attention: Ms Aidah Nordin).

Kindly write on the back of the cheque donor’s name, address and contact number.

Donations to the fund can also be made at NSTP branches in Johor Baru, Klang, Alor Star, Batu Pahat, Ipoh, Kota Baru, Kota Kinabalu, Kuala Terengganu, Kuantan, Kuching, Malacca, Muar, Penang and Seremban, or its regional printing plants in Shah Alam, Prai, Senai and Ajil.

Thank you!

Thursday, December 14, 2006

Los Angeles

"Death - it's one of the hard ones - one of the big ones, too. Possibly it is the attribute that is defining the Creation for the Created: If not for Death, they'd be content to simply exist, but with Death, well, their lives will have meaning - a boundary beyond which the living cannot cross."

"Love - it's a feeling of deep affection and attraction for another being, often combined with passion or desire - a need to be with another. Love will be an impulse that will inspire and ruin in equal measure. We are proud of it."

*** *** ***

"We became lovers. We would touched each other, held each other, whispered endearments and protestations of eternal devotion. His welfare mattered more to me than my own. I existed for him. When I was alone, I would repeat his name to myself and think of nothing but him. When I am with him, nothing else mattered."

"I killed him because he would not longer love me. When we started to work on Death, he... he lost interest. He was no longer mine. He belonged to Death. And if I could not have him, then his new lover was welcome to him. I could not bear his presence - I could not endure have him near me and to know that he felt nothing for me. That was what hurt the most. I thought... I hoped... that if he was gone, then I would no longer care for him - the pain would stop.

So I killed him. I stabbed him, and I threw his body from our window in the Hall of Being. But the pain has not stopped."

Tuesday, December 12, 2006

Christmas soon

Christmas is coming soon, less than 2 weeks.

It usually reminds us of good ol' Santa Claus, shimmering Christmas tree and colourful presents.

To me, Christmas reminds me of angels. That's coz I like angels :P

Here is a contemporary illustration of an angel I picked up from the Internet...

I am being very thick skinned here.

If you are feeling very generous and think that I deserve a present this Christmas... will you be my Santa and stuff my stockings with any of these, please...?

RECEIVED! - Crocs' Mary Jane. (Thank you, thank you so much dear!)

Michael Crichton's new book - Next
Story about a serial killer - Darkly Dreaming Dexter by Jeff Linsey
RECEIVED! Thanks so much!Five For Fighting's latest album

I'll be ever so thankful!

An early Merry Christmas wish to everyone!

Monday, December 11, 2006

DVDs that will make your kids smoke

For the holiday season, American Medical Association Alliance has released a blacklist of no-nos for parents to consider as they are loading up Christmas stockings with DVDs.

The following recent films, according to the American Medical Association Alliance, contain an excessive amount of smoking:

* The Ant Bully (PG: Time Warner, animated)
* Material Girls (PG: Sony)
* Talladega Nights (PG-13: Sony)
* Pirates of the Caribbean 2 (PG-13: Disney)
* Stay Alive (PG-13: Disney)
* Superman Returns (PG-13: Time Warner)
* You, Me and Dupree (PG-13: General Electric, Universal)

"Movies deliver billions of glamorized pro-smoking messages to adolescents in this country (America)," says James Sargent, M.D., a Dartmouth Medical School professor who researches the impact on children of movies with smoking scenes.

Here, everywhere you go, you see people smoking. No need to watch movies or TV. Hmm, habis lah all the kids in this country!

Thursday, December 07, 2006

New spanking climbing shoes

This is my new climbing shoes. My christmas present to self :D

Brand: Evolv Model: Defy

When I tried it on last nite, it is a very comfortable to the feet, comparing to my previous pair - Saltic. This shoe has lining inside so it is a bit cushiony.


I wonder when I can climb again :(

This shoe is some kind of hope, that I will climb again, soon, real soon.

Here is a pix of a climber wearing this shoe on a lead climb.

Wednesday, December 06, 2006

Tis' the season to be shopping...


(Year End Sales)

It's back on all malls again!
Now is the time to grab your wish lists on discounts!

But it's a...


for me :(

Tuesday, December 05, 2006


Bobo said her hubby is skinny but got tummy, like a seahorse. I thought that was cute.

So, I said I will send them pictures of seahorses which I saw during my dive in waters of Bali.

Then I thought I might as well share these pix here coz these are the only 2 seahorses I've seen out of all my 109 dives.

Seahorse actually look very sad and they just bobbed in the water especially when there is strong current.

Monday, December 04, 2006

Maniac 2006

I've stopped climbing for more than a month now. And my hands are smoother with no hard callouses. Those little muscle on my arms dissapeared too.

Anyway, just for fun and for the first time I went to a climbing competition at Delta Rovers in Kepong on last Sunday. It is sorta a big warehouse/factory turned into a climbing gym, mostly with bouldering walls. It is a bit dark and dingy but pretty good for boulderings. Very cheap membership compared to Camp5. Here's a pix of the gym taken by Renee.

I went to cheer for my friends (YJ, Renee, Paul & gf, Andri, Andrew, Sean, Kim and Kent) and smewwy who were participating in the competition. But Renee appointed me as the cameragirl. See here - a pix of Renee and Paul (guy on the right in spiderman pose) in climbing action.

There were a lot of other climbers that day. Most climbers were from Delta Rovers and Summit are very good and terror in bouldering. There was a skinny lanky girl with pretty big boobs and all made up like a doll. Don't be fooled by her. She can climb! 7A climber somemore. From far she looked pretty, near near ok ok lah.

In the competition, the participants have to complete as many routes as possible and play the compulsary 5 games in order to gain the most points within 5 hours. There are 30 routes to climb which rated from 200 points (easiest routes) to 1000 points (hardest routes).

And I was happy, actually still happy that 2 of my friends won. Kent won the first place of the Man Novice. He is Superman Kent. Kim, who is only 12, won the first place of Woman Novice. She is gonna be a champion when she is 14 if she continues to train. The Double Super K. Here are Kent and Kim climbing those nasty walls. Congrats champions.

Smewwy did pretty good despite lack of practice. Finished 12 routes and gained half 4600 points. Renee who thought she couldn't finish any routes, completed 5 routes, I think. YJ did some tough routes - very determined. Very proud of you guys.

My favourite shot. Renee looked like an expert. Most pix I took of my friends are from the back like Kent's and Kim's pix above. Sorry guys.

Friday, December 01, 2006


Dexter says, "I'm empty. But I found a way to make it less bottomless. Pretend. You pretend the feelings are there, for the world. For the people around you. Who knows, maybe one day they will be."

I like him. He put up the right words.